• Immediate correction
    Action(s) taken to immediately fix the nonconformity.
        • Note: For a product non conformity, correction might be understood as reworking the part, accepting the non-conformance through concession process, or ultimately scrapping it. For a system issue, it may include correcting the paper work or issuing a new purchase order. For a delivery issue, it may include air transportation instead of by truck or by ship, increasing production rate, etc

Useful links: Rootcause analysis and problem solving by IAQG.

Sources

- "Rootcause analysis and problem solving" by IAQG. 

  • Immediate corrective action
    Action(s) taken to eliminate, prevent, or reduce the probability of any additional non-conformances related to the apparent cause from happening again in the short term.

    • Note: These actions may be temporary and should remain in place until root cause(s) is(are) identified and permanent root cause corrective action(s) is(are) implemented and verified to be effective.


Useful links: Rootcause analysis and problem solving by IAQG.

Sources

- "Rootcause analysis and problem solving" by IAQG. 

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  • Ishikawa diagram
    Ishiwaka diagram, fishbone diagram or cause-and-effect diagram.
    This tool helps determine the root causes of a problem and indicates possible causes of variation to increase knowledge of the process. As it presents an easy to read format it rapidly identifies areas for further analysis. 
    All the causes are usually grouped into major categories to identify sources of variation, the categories typically are: environment, material, method, equipment and people. 


Sources

- 8D Training by Axsens bte.

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  • Is-Is not
    Is-Is not analysis works by making you deliberately think about the problem and in particular the boundaries of what it is or is not. It thus helps to create focus in attention and consequently is more likely to lead to the right problem being solved.

 

Useful links: Creatingminds.org

Sources

- Is – Is not” by Creating Minds.



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